Circa (Latin, from circum “around, about”), usually abbreviated c. or ca. (also circ. or cca.), means “approximately” in the English and Italian languare, usually referring to a date. First Known Use: 1861. The term Circa is widely used in genealogy and historical writing when the dates of events are not precisely known. If you found that definition interesting, you’re weird. I mean that as a good kind of weird.
In my case, however, I’m using the term Circa to escape from being labeled as this type of artist or that type of artist. There’s so much great art in this world, so many different styles, no reason to lock myself into only one medium and style. I’m so scattered brain, I might even jump out of the art environment and delve into some of my other interest like woodworking, gardening or antiques. I’m in the early stages of putting content on here, so check back periodically, more good stuff will be added soon.